Hong Kong movies carried off the top prizes at Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards ceremony this year, taking 14 out of 22 nods.
"L.A. Confidential" and its director Curtis Hanson were named favorites of the New York Film Critics Circle, adding to their momentum in the Oscar derby.
Only Billy Wilder has been more Oscar-nomination friendly in the top six categories than Woody Allen. The crusty old master has garnered 21 total nominations to the Woodman's 19 --- one as an actor…
The film will inevitably be compared to Martin Scorsese's similarly themed "Kundun" --- in virtually every category including best director, where "Tibet's" Jean-Jacques Annaud is at a disadvantage…
NBC is consolidating its TV network research unit, combining previously separate departments to handle news, sports and affiliate research functions.
Attorneys Pierce O'Donnell, of O'Donnell & Shaeffer and Bert Fields of Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger have become as well known as the clients they represent.
Natalie Vinet has been appointed head of Accolade Releasing, the worldwide TV distribution arm of Paragon Entertainment.
They're not likely to grab the post-nomination headlines, but a handful of films may grab a few Oscars along the way ---with luck, good timing, and the Academy's continued attention span.
Arnon Milchan's New Regency shifted its studio deal in September from Warner Bros. in Burbank to 20th Century Fox in Century City, a distance of approximately 8 miles and about $50 --- $60 million…
Gotham-based actress Gretchen Mol has signed on for the lead female role in John Dahl's "Rounders" for Miramax, set to start lensing this week in New York.
Not since "Chinatown" (1974) has a film about the corrupt past of Los Angeles been turned out with the buzz of "L.A. Confidential."